The "500 interviews done with the fire department [and paramedics, and emergency medical technicians] right after 9/11" mentioned by Sally Regenhard and often referred to as "World Trade Center Task Force Interviews" or "Oral Histories" were made public on Aug. 12, 2005, and published by The New York Times. See more »
[of the 9/11-Commission]
was eventually raised to 14 million Dollars, but the investigation was also given less time than they had wanted: a year and a half.
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This film is necessary to watch if someone wants to know what facts were left out of the official 9/11 Commission Report. While steering clear of conspiracy theories and "what-if" scenarios, this film nonetheless explains much of what has been missing from our national discussion about the terrorist events of that day. All in all, the film is a damning examination of Bush Administration officials who got spanked by the now-famous Jersey Girls for doing less for U.S. citizens than they did for themselves and the Bin Laden family. Truth to power. That President George W. Bush has still not admitted what this film, and its many contemporaneous news sources, proved about his actions shows him to be a liar or an incompetent.
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